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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is a vaccuum operated switch located on the transfer case that sends vaccum to the accuator that pulls a cable that locks the front end in. Check for vac coming in and out of this switch if no vac out replace it. This switch is a very common problem. You can find them at most parts stores in the help section #49315. please rate.
Posted on Dec 08, 2008
check fuse then relay, if both ok disconnect snap in wiring harness at the top of the accumulator tank and use a jumper wire . plug it into the end of wire harness turn a/c on to max if pump kicks on ,then its not the pump but switch that is screwed into the accumulator tank. ran into the same problem with my 97 blazer definetly a cheaper fix than pump also make sure a/c is discharger first before removing switch a/c is a pressurized system so you dont get hurt or worse frostbite
Posted on Jul 08, 2009
if it is push button then it is electrical problem if it is level operated its mechanical. im pretty sure there would be no vacuum lines involved here.. i really cant help because your not telling me if it makes any noise when trying to engage or anything like that
Posted on Aug 03, 2009
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